Liposuction has become a popular and efficient way to get rid of that annoying fat, both for men and women. Patients want to get rid of fat in certain areas of their bodies, and the truth is that they just don’t want to spend the time and energy working out.
There are distinct differences between male and female liposuction since, after all, their bodies are notably different. In a men’s liposculpture, the idea is one, to reduce fat in unwanted areas, and at the same time to accentuate the muscles that men already have by creating a subtle contrast between muscle and fat. If we are talking about stomach liposculpture, we would reduce the fat and make the pecs pop out to give the illusion of a well-built body.
When it comes to arm liposuction, both men and women typically target the removal of excess arm flab. This can help patients gain that slimmer, fitter look they’ve been searching for at the gym to no avail.
When Is Arm Liposculpture Performed?
Patients pursue arm liposculpture when they want to remove those flabby “batwings” and to give their arms a more defined appearance. Liposuction of the arms produces a slimmer, slicker appearance, which will provide the rest of the body a more contoured look and feel.
Several areas on your arm can be treated, with the back of the arm being the most commonly targeted due in part to the copious amounts of excess fat often found in this region. Once the procedure is done, there should be no leftover hanging skin, and the arm should look tighter and fitter.
Is There a Difference Between Liposuction and Liposculpture?
Liposuction focuses on removing fat cells from the desired area, while liposculpture is an upgraded version of liposuction. Besides removing the fat cells, liposculpture entails the re-sculpting and molding of a patient’s targeted body part. Both terminologies are synonymous, yet they can vary significantly depending on which procedures the doctor decides to implement.
What Will Happen to the Loose Skin?
Liposuction in the arms is a bit different from other areas of the body. Thanks to liposculpture and the use of advanced technology, arm skin almost always stays tight and fit. This means there is no need for any other additional procedure to remove the excess skin. It is all in one.